Special Thanks To Our Sponsors!

Reiman Foundation –  The Reiman Foundation was founded in 1986 by Roy and Bobbi Reiman, and is now managed by Hexagon, Inc., a private investment company, and its president Scott Reiman. The Foundation provides significant support to hundreds of non-profit, charitable and civic initiatives in Denver, Milwaukee and across the United States.  From providing scholarships to students in need to supporting medical facilities and helping develop young leaders, they work with many extraordinary organizations that make a difference every day.

Breckenridge Brewery – Breckenridge Brewery works hard to satisfy the thirsts of discerning beer drinkers. The original recipes – and a handful of seasonal creations – are handcrafted at the three Breckenridge Brewery locations in Colorado. In 1992 the company opened a brewpub in downtown Denver, at 22nd and Blake Street. Just a block from Coors Field, home of the Colorado Rockies, the Denver pub is home to locals, baseball fans and Denver visitors who seek a quality meal and craft beer with character.

Colorado Blues Society – The Colorado Blues Society is dedicated to increasing awareness of and appreciation for the Blues as an indigenous American Art form (and the wellspring from which all contemporary popular American music originated).

Jam In The Van – Jam in the Van travels the country to find great music. They are a mobile production studio, running their equipment entirely on green energy generated by solar panels on top of the Jam Van. They are the worlds’ only true music discovery vehicle.

Jim Mimna Photography – Capturing life in various forms is Jim’s calling.  Considering himself an archivist by nature, Jim strives to freeze a moment in time with every frame, a moment that can retell its story with each viewing, forever. With a deep passion for music Jim has been photographing and recording live music for years.  Capturing the energy of a live performance in a photograph is simply magical.

Listen Up Denver! – Listen Up Denver! is dedicated to music, live and recorded.  We review shows and albums, publish feature stories on artists and share photos, video and news content that is of interest to our music minded readers.

Macy Sound Studios – “Sonic rightness in a world of wrong” – Steel Guitarist and Grammy Award Winning  music producer John Macy runs a recording studio full time and is a session steel guitar player. John has worked with Nitty Gritty Band, Gladys Knight & The Pips, Richie Furray, Los Lobos, Ricky Skaggs, and many more over the years.

The Marquee Magazine – The Marquee is an independent, Colorado-based, Free Music Magazine. The Marquee strives to be the Farmer’s Almanac of the regional music scene — providing readers with facts, tid-bits, in-depth feature stories and a Calendar section that is unparalleled on Colorado’s Front Range, covering every live music venue from large venues such as Red Rocks Amphitheatre to small clubs and coffee shops.

Park House – Located on the corner of Colfax Avenue and Madison Street, just one block east of the Bluebird Theater, Park House is proud to be a part of the Bluebird District, one of the most happening neighborhoods in town.  The tavern is a great place to stop off and enjoy some tasty Cajun food, burgers and wings. Four nights a week they host the best live music in town, for FREE!

Telluride Blues & Brews Festival  One of the most scenic music festivals in the country, the Telluride Blues & Brews Festival takes place in Telluride, CO, a world-famous resort town in the heart of the Rocky Mountains.  The festival is a three-day celebration of music and microbrews, held in Telluride Town Park, an outdoor music venue with breathtaking mountains for a backdrop.  By day, experience live blues, rock, gospel and soul performances, the best microbrews in Colorado, a wide variety of food and craft vendors, children’s activities, and more – all on festival grounds.  By night, follow the festival as it flows into the town of Telluride, with late night juke joints and after-hours jams.